1C:Enterprise 8.3. Developer Guide. Contents

1C:Enterprise 8.3. Developer Guide. Contents


INTRODUCTION

STRUCTURE OF THE GUIDE

WHAT YOU NEED TO KNOW

THE BOOKS INCLUDED IN THE DOCUMENTATION

ABOUT 1C:ENTERPRISE 8 PAGE

AGREED NOTATION

CHAPTER 1. CONCEPT OF THE SYSTEM

1.1. CONFIGURABILITY

1.2. FUNCTIONING OF THE SYSTEM

1.3. BASIC CONCEPTS OF THE SYSTEM

1.3.1. Configuration Concept

1.3.2. Configuration Object

1.3.2.1. Properties of Configuration Objects

1.3.2.2. Basic Types of Configuration Objects

1.3.2.3. Subordinate Object Groups

1.3.2.4. Typed and Type-Specifying Objects

1.3.3. Command Interface

1.3.4. Form

1.3.5. Module

1.3.6. Template

1.4. OPERATION MODES

1.4.1. File Mode

1.4.2. Client/Server Mode

1.5. DEVELOPMENT TOOLS

CHAPTER 2. WORK WITH CONFIGURATION

2.1. OPENING CONFIGURATION

2.2. SAVING CONFIGURATION

2.3. CLOSING CONFIGURATION

2.4. SAVING CONFIGURATION TO FILE

2.5. LOADING CONFIGURATION FROM FILE

2.6. CONFIGURATION OBJECT TREE

2.7. METADATA TREE SORT SETTINGS

2.8.1. Create Configuration Objects

2.8.2. Deletion of Configuration Objects

2.8.3. References to Configuration Objects

2.9. PROPERTIES PALETTE

2.10. MORE WINDOW

2.11. OBJECT EDITING WINDOW

2.12. CREATE HELP CONTENT SECTION

2.13.1. Database Configuration Object Tree

2.13.2. Update of Database Configuration

2.13.3.1. General information

2.13.3.2. Background database configuration update dialog

2.13.4. Saving Database Configuration to File

2.13.5. Comparison of Configuration and Database Configuration

2.13.6. Cancellation of Configuration Changes

2.14. 1C:ENTERPRISE LAUNCH

2.15. DOWNLOAD/UPLOAD OF CONFIGURATION FILES

2.16. CONFIGURATION DUMP AND RESTORATION

2.18. CONFIGURATION REPORT

2.19. GLOBAL SEARCH AND REPLACEMENT

2.20. CUSTOMIZATION OF DESIGNER WORK SPACE

2.20.1. Panel Customization

2.20.2. Configuration Window

2.20.3. Use of Window Display Modes

CHAPTER 3. APPLICATION INTERFACE

3.1. OPEN FORMS IN SEPARATE WINDOWS

3.1.1. Main Application Window

3.1.1.1. Sections Panel

3.1.1.2. Navigation Panel

3.1.1.3. Actions Panel

3.1.1.4. Information Panel

3.1.1.5. System Commands Area

3.1.2. Auxiliary Window

3.1.2.1. Form Navigation Panel

3.1.2.2. Form Command Bar

3.1.2.3. System Commands Area

3.2. OPEN FORMS IN TABS

3.2.1. The Main Application Window

3.2.1.1. The Sections Panel

3.2.1.2. The Navigation Panel

3.2.1.3. The Actions Panel

3.2.1.4. The Information Panel

3.2.1.5. The System Commands Area

3.2.2. The Auxiliary Window

3.3. TAXI INTERFACE

3.3.1. Main application window

3.3.1.1. The start page

3.3.1.2. The Sections panel

3.3.1.3. The current section command panel

3.3.1.4. The opened items panel

3.3.1.5. History

3.3.1.6. Favorites

3.3.1.7. The toolbar

3.3.1.8. Full text search form

3.3.1.9. The system commands area

3.3.1.10. Panel setup

3.3.2. The auxiliary window

3.3.2.1. The form navigation panel

3.3.2.2. The form command bar

CHAPTER 4. 1C:ENTERPRISE SCRIPT

4.1. BRIEF DESCRIPTION AND PURPOSE OF 1C:ENTERPRISE SCRIPT

4.2. SOURCE TEXT FORMAT IN PROGRAM MODULES

4.2.2. Program Module Execution Context

4.2.2.1. Global Context

4.2.2.2. Local Context

4.2.3. Types of Program Modules

4.2.3.1. Managed Application Module

4.2.3.2. External Connection Module

4.2.3.3. Session Module

4.2.3.4. Common Modules

4.2.3.5. Application Object Modules

4.2.3.6. Object Manager Modules

4.2.3.7. Form Modules

4.2.3.8. Command Modules

4.2.4. Program Module Format

4.2.4.1. Comments

4.2.4.2. Operator Format

4.2.4.3. Names of Variables, Procedures and Functions

4.2.4.4. Program Module Script

4.2.4.5. Case Sensitivity of Program Module Text

4.2.4.6. Reserved Words

4.2.5. Special Characters Used in Source Text

4.3. PRIMITIVE DATA TYPES

4.4. ASSIGNMENT OPERATOR

4.5. SCRIPT EXPRESSIONS

4.5.1. Arithmetic Operations

4.5.2. Concatenation Operation

4.5.3. Logical Operations

4.6. OPERATORS AND SYNTACTIC CONSTRUCTS

4.7.1. Calls to Object Properties

4.7.2. Enhancement of Object and Form Context

4.7.3. Passing Procedure and Function Parameters

4.7.3.1. Call without Transferring Control from the Client to the Server

4.7.3.2. Call with Transferring Control from the Client to the Server

4.7.3.3. General Considerations for Specifying Parameters

4.7.4. Work with Collections of Values

4.7.5. Use of Numbers and Indices

4.7.6. Work with System Enumerations

4.7.7.1. Object Manager

4.7.7.2. PredefinedValue() Function

4.8. SYSTEM STARTUP VERSIONS

4.8.1. Execution of Procedures and Functions

4.8.1.1. Differences Between Preprocessor Instructions and Compiler Directives

4.8.1.2. Preprocessor Instructions

4.8.1.3. Compiler Directives

4.8.2. Use of Objects, Their Properties and Methods

CHAPTER 5. CONFIGURATION OBJECTS

5.1. CONFIGURATION PROPERTIES

5.1.1. General Property Category

5.1.2. Presentation Property Category

5.1.3. Development Property Category

5.1.4. Help Content Property Category

5.1.5. Compatibility Property Category

5.2. MANAGED APPLICATION MODULE

5.3. EXTERNAL CONNECTION MODULE

5.4. SESSION MODULE

5.5. COMMON CONFIGURATION BRANCH

5.5.1. Subsystems

5.5.2. Common Modules

5.5.2.1. Various Contexts and Common Modules

5.5.2.2. Reuse of Return Values

5.5.3. Session Parameters

5.5.4.1. Overview

5.5.4.2. Privileged Mode of Operation

5.5.4.3. Safe Mode of Operation

5.5.4.4. Data Deletion Modes

5.5.4.5. Rules of Role Sets

5.5.4.6. Access Rights Editor

5.5.4.7. View and Edit All Roles

5.5.4.8. Data Access Restriction

5.5.6. Exchange Plans

5.5.7. Filter

5.5.8. Event Subscription

5.5.9.1. Main Features of Jobs

5.5.9.2. Background Jobs

5.5.9.3. Scheduled Jobs

5.5.9.4. Execution of Scheduled Jobs

5.5.10.1. Purpose

5.5.10.3. General Workflow

5.5.10.4. Interaction with Other Objects

5.5.10.5. Creation

5.5.10.6. Use

5.5.10.7. Use of Functional Options in 1C:Enterprise Script

5.5.11. Defined types

5.5.12. Settings Storages

5.5.12.1. General Principles of Settings Storage Operation

5.5.12.2. Creation of Metadata Object

5.5.12.3. Standard Settings Storage

5.5.12.4. How to Save Form Settings

5.5.12.5. How to Save Report Settings

5.5.12.6. Storing dynamic list settings

5.5.12.7. Settings Storage Development Procedure

5.5.12.8. Working with Settings Storage from the Script

5.5.13. Common Forms

5.5.14. Common Commands

5.5.15. Command Groups

5.5.16. Common Templates

5.5.17. Common Pictures

5.5.18. XDTO Packages

5.5.18.1. Import of XML Schemas Into XDTO Global Factory

5.5.18.2. Export of Configuration XML Data Schemas

5.5.18.3. Export of XDTO Package XML Schema

5.5.18.4. Check of XDTO Packages

5.5.18.5. XDTO Package Editing Window

5.5.19. Web-services

5.5.19.1. Addition of Web Services

5.5.19.2. Web Service Hierarchical Structure

5.5.19.3. Web Service Operations

5.5.19.4. Operation Parameters

5.5.19.5. Selection of System-Defined Types

5.5.19.6. Web Service Publication

5.5.20. WS-references

5.5.20.1. Addition of WS References

5.5.20.2. WS Reference Hierarchical Structure

5.5.21. Style Elements

5.5.22. Languages

5.6.1. General Properties

5.6.2. Metadata Object Presentation

5.6.3. Custom Presentation of Data

5.6.4. Standard Attributes

5.6.5.1. Overview

5.6.5.2. Working in a distributed infobase

5.6.5.3. Working in data separation mode

5.6.6. Input by String

5.6.6.1. Input Field Behavior

5.6.6.2. Programmatic Generation of Selection Lists

5.6.7. Forms

5.6.8. Commands

5.6.9. Attribute Fill-in Mechanism for New Objects

5.6.10. Attribute Fill Check

5.6.10.1. Default Settings

5.6.10.2. Procedure

5.6.10.3. Mark Incomplete Display Rules

5.6.11. Indexing Object Attributes

5.6.12. Rights

5.6.13. Quick Choice

5.6.14. Choice Parameter Links

5.6.15. Choice Parameters

5.6.16. Other

5.7. CONSTANTS

5.7.1. Properties of a Constant

5.8. CATALOGS

5.8.1. Catalog Properties

5.8.2. Properties of Catalog Attributes

5.8.3. Predefined Catalog Items

5.9. DOCUMENTS

5.9.1. Document Properties

5.9.2. Document Posting Mechanism

5.9.2.1. Real-Time and Regular Posting

5.9.2.2. Form Extension and Posting

5.9.2.3. Point in Time

5.9.2.4. Real-Time Timestamp

5.9.2.5. Time Zones

5.9.2.6. Retrieval of Real-Time Timestamp

5.9.3. Numerators

5.9.3.1. Management of Numerator Lists

5.9.3.2. Numerator Properties

5.9.4. Document Sequences

5.9.4.1. Management of Sequence Lists

5.9.4.2. Document Sequence Properties

5.9.4.3. Work with Document Sequences

5.9.5. Entering Documents Based on Existing Objects

5.10. DOCUMENT JOURNALS

5.10.1. Journal Creation

5.10.2. Journal Editing

5.10.3. Document Journal Columns

5.11. ENUMERATIONS

5.12. REPORTS AND DATA PROCESSORS

5.12.1. External Reports and Data Processors

5.12.1.1. Creation of an External Data Processor (Report)

5.12.1.2. Use of External Data Processors (Reports)

5.12.1.3. Editing an External Data Processor (Report)

5.12.1.4. Help Content

5.12.1.5. External Data Processors (Reports) and Configuration Objects

5.12.1.6. Comparison and Merge of External Data Processors (Reports)

5.13. CHARTS OF CHARACTERISTIC TYPES

5.14. REGISTERS

5.14.1. Information Registers

5.14.1.1. Data Register Overview

5.14.1.2. Information Register Records

5.14.1.3. Information Register Editing

5.14.1.4. Development of Information Register Structure

5.14.2. Accumulation Registers

5.14.2.1. Accumulation Register Overview

5.14.2.2. Records of Accumulation Registers

5.14.2.3. Totals of Accumulation Registers

5.14.2.4. Balance Registers and Turnover Registers

5.14.2.5. Main Properties of Accumulation Registers

5.14.2.6. Aggregates of Accumulation Turnover Registers

5.14.2.7. Development of Accumulation Register Structure

CHAPTER 6. COMMAND INTERFACE

6.1.1. Sections and Subsections of Main Application Window

6.1.2. Types of Commands

6.1.2.1. Standard Commands

6.1.2.2. Independent and Parameterized Global Commands

6.1.2.3. Navigation and Action Commands

6.1.2.4. Commands Created in Configuration

6.1.3. Command Groups

6.2. CREATION OF GLOBAL COMMAND INTERFACE

6.2.1. Subsystems

6.2.2. Commands

6.2.3. Command Parameterization

6.2.4. Creation of Default Command Interface

6.2.5. Command Interface Property

6.2.6. Editing Sets of Commands

6.2.7. Role-Based Setup of Default Command Visibility

6.3.1. Links

6.3.2. User Notifications

6.3.3. Display Status of Lengthy Processes

6.3.4. Messages

6.3.5. How Keyboard Shortcuts Work

6.4. COMMAND INTERFACE DEVELOPMENT PROCEDURE

CHAPTER 7. FORMS

7.1. FORM ATTRIBUTES

7.1.1. Form Data Types

7.1.2. Conversions Between Application Object Data and Form Data

7.1.3. Dynamic List

7.1.4. Attribute Properties

7.1.5. Form Conditional Appearance

7.1.6. Formatted Documents

7.2. FORM PARAMETERS

7.2.1. Standard Form Parameters

7.2.2. Form Parameters Handling: Example

7.3. FORM COMMANDS

7.4. FORM MODULE

7.5. FORM ELEMENTS

7.5.1. Common Properties of Form Elements

7.5.1.1. General Property Category

7.5.1.2. Use Property Category

7.5.1.4. Element Pictures

7.5.2. Form

7.5.3. Field

7.5.4. Decoration

7.5.5. Table

7.5.6. Button

7.5.7. Group

7.5.8. Special Command Bars

7.5.9. Form Element Behavior

7.5.10. Rules of Form Elements Placement

7.5.10.1. Groups and Form Element Consolidation

7.5.10.2. Form Element Sizes

7.5.10.3. Child Item Width

7.5.11. Form Element Boundaries Alignment

7.5.11.1. Data Area, Left Side Alignment

7.5.11.2. Form Element Right Boundaries Alignment

7.5.11.3. Form Element Lower Boundaries Alignment

7.5.12. Drag-and-Drop Mechanism

7.6. FORM COMMAND INTERFACE

7.7.1. Overview

7.7.2. Using blocking windows

7.7.3. Method mapping

7.8.1. How to Open a Form

7.8.2. Redefining an Opened Form

7.8.3. Modification of Form Elements Properties

7.8.4. Form Modification

7.8.4.1. Change of Attribute Set

7.8.4.2. Change of Command Set

7.8.4.3. Work with Form Elements

7.8.5. Working with Dynamic Lists

7.8.5.1. The Dynamic List Query Parameter

7.8.5.2. Filter

7.8.5.3. Group

7.8.5.4. Order (sorting)

7.8.5.5. Conditional Appearance

CHAPTER 8. WORK WITH QUERIES

8.1. QUERY DATA SOURCES (TABLES)

8.2. QUERY LANGUAGE

8.2.1. Syntax Diagram for Query Language Constructs

8.2.2. Comments in Query Language

8.2.3. Use of Predefined Configuration Data

8.2.4. Query language keywords

8.2.5. Main Sections of Query Text

8.2.6. Query Description

8.2.6.1. Using DISTINCT Keyword

8.2.6.2. Using TOP Keyword

8.2.7. Selection Fields Description

8.2.7.1. Field Aliases in the Selection List

8.2.7.2. Nested Tables in the Selection Fields List

8.2.7.3. Empty Nested Tables in the Selection List

8.2.8. Query Sources Description

8.2.8.1. Join Specifications

8.2.8.2. Data Source Aliases

8.2.8.3. Nested Tables in the Source List

8.2.8.4. Nested Queries in the Source List

8.2.9. Query Result Filtration

8.2.10. Query Result Groups

8.2.11. Conditions for Aggregate Function Values

8.2.12. Query Union

8.2.13. Query Result Ordering

8.2.13.1. Ordering by Hierarchy

8.2.13.2. Ordering within Nested Tables

8.2.14. Autoorder Results

8.2.15. Calculation of Query Totals

8.2.15.2. Totals by Hierarchy

8.2.15.3. Date Addition

8.2.15.4. Calculation of Overalls

8.2.15.5. Using Totals and Groups Together

8.2.15.6. Totals Aliases

8.2.16. Expressions in the Query Language

8.2.16.1. Dereferencing Fields

8.2.16.2. Aggregate Functions of Query Language

8.2.16.3. Built-in Functions of Query Language

8.2.16.4. Case Operations in Query Language

8.2.16.5. Type Cast in Query Language

8.2.16.6. Constants and Parameters in Query Language

8.2.17. Conditions in Query Language

8.2.17.1. Logical Expressions in Query Language

8.2.17.2. Value Comparison Rules

8.2.17.3. Operator for Value Matching Check

8.2.17.4. Value-Within-Range Check Operator

8.2.17.5. NULL Check Operator

8.2.17.6. Reference Value Check Operator

8.2.17.7. String-Like-Template Check Operator

8.3. EXECUTION AND USE OF QUERIES IN THE 1C:ENTERPRISE SCRIPT

8.3.1. Major Techniques and Practices

8.3.1.1. Query Result Iteration Methods

8.3.1.2. Working with Selection

8.3.2. Work with Temporary Tables

8.3.2.1. Temporary Tables Manager

8.3.2.2. Creation of Temporary Tables

8.3.2.3. Use of Temporary Tables

8.3.2.4. Deletion of Temporary Table

8.3.3. Working with Batch Queries

CHAPTER 9. WORK WITH DATA

9.1. OBJECT LOCKS

9.1.1. Pessimistic Lock

9.1.2. Pessimistic Lock and Transactions

9.1.3. Optimistic Lock

9.2. TRANSACTIONS

9.2.1. Explicit Calls to Transactions

9.2.2. Nested Transaction Call

9.2.3. Impact of Transactions on Program Objects

9.3.1. General Information on Locks

9.3.2. Managed Locks

9.3.3. Setting Lock Mode in Configuration

9.3.5. Automatic and Managed Mode: Features

9.3.6. Working with multiple managed locks

9.3.7. Configuration Modification When Switching to Managed Lock Mode

9.3.7.1. Identification of Code Blocks to Be Refined

9.3.7.2. Managed Lock Mode Selection

9.3.7.3. Sample Configuration Refinement

9.4. EXCLUSIVE MODE

CHAPTER 10. DATA COMPOSITION SYSTEM

10.1. GENERAL INFORMATION ON DATA COMPOSITION

10.2.1. Use Property

10.2.2. Data Composition System Field

10.2.3. Data Composition System Parameters

10.3. DATA COMPOSITION SCHEMA

10.3.1. Data Composition Schema Components

10.3.1.1. Data Sources

10.3.1.2. Data Sets

10.3.1.3. Data Set Links

10.3.1.4. Calculated Fields

10.3.1.5. Resource Fields

10.3.1.6. Parameters

10.3.1.7. Nested Schemas

10.3.1.8. Templates

10.3.1.9. Field Templates

10.3.1.10. Group Templates

10.3.1.11. Group Header Templates

10.3.1.12. Default Settings

10.3.2. Working with Multiple Data Sets

10.3.3. Query Language Extension for Data Composition System

10.3.3.1. Syntax Elements of Query Language Extension for Data Composition System

10.3.3.2. Auto Fill of Available Fields

10.3.4. Data composition system expression language

10.3.4.1. Literal constants

10.3.4.2. Operations with numbers

10.3.4.3. String operations

10.3.4.4. Comparison operations

10.3.4.5. Boolean operations

10.3.4.6. Aggregate functions

10.3.4.7. Other operations

10.3.4.8. Rules for comparing two values

10.3.4.9. Working with NULL value

10.3.4.10. Operation priorities

10.3.4.11. Functions

10.3.4.12. Common module functions

10.3.5. Data Composition Schema Wizard

10.3.5.1. Editing Data Sets

10.3.5.2. Editing Data Set Fields

10.3.5.3. Editing Data Set Links

10.3.5.4. Editing Calculated Fields

10.3.5.5. Editing Resources

10.3.5.6. Editing Parameters

10.3.5.7. Editing Templates

10.3.5.8. Nested Schemas

10.3.5.9. Settings

10.3.6. Data Composition Variant Settings

10.3.6.1. Structure of Data Composition Settings Variant

10.3.6.2. Properties of Data Composition Settings

10.3.6.3. Available Objects

10.3.6.4. Available Fields

10.3.6.5. Data Composition Settings Composer

10.3.7. User Settings of Data Composition System

10.3.7.1. User Settings Object Model

10.3.7.2. Setup of User Settings Items

10.3.7.3. Editing User Settings

10.3.7.4. Quick User Settings

10.3.7.5. Settings Composer

10.3.7.6. Fillup of User Setting Values

10.3.7.7. Applying User Settings

10.4. DATA COMPOSITION TEMPLATE

10.4.1. Data Composition Template Sections

10.4.1.1. Area Template Structure

10.4.1.2. Chart Area Template Structure

10.4.2. Appearance Templates

10.4.3. Generator of Template Areas

10.4.3.1. Generation of Data Composition Template

10.5. DATA COMPOSITION PROCESSOR

10.6. FUNCTIONAL OPTIONS AND RIGHTS TO VIEW FIELDS IN REPORTS

10.7. DATA COMPOSITION RESULT

10.7.1. Composition Result Output to Spreadsheet Document

10.7.2. Composition Result Output to Value Table and Value Tree

10.8. CALCULATION OF TOTALS BY BALANCE FIELDS IN DATA COMPOSITION SYSTEM

10.8.1. Calculation of Totals by Balance Fields

10.8.2. Calculation of Totals by Accounting Balance Fields

10.8.3. Template Composition

10.9. WORKING WITH HIERARCHY IN DATA COMPOSITION SYSTEM

10.9.1. Hierarchical Groups

10.9.2. Hierarchical Detail Records

10.9.3. Output of a Single Item in Multiple Parent Records

10.9.4. IN HIERARCHY Condition

10.10. USE OF DATA COMPOSITION SYSTEM IN APPLICATION DEVELOPMENT

10.10.1. Input Parameters

10.10.2. Use of Metadata Object Properties in Reports

10.10.3. Background Report Execution

10.11. SPECIFICS OF USING OF DATA COMPOSITION SYSTEM

CHAPTER 11. ACCOUNTING

11.1. OVERVIEW

11.2. CHARTS OF ACCOUNTS

11.3. ANALYTICAL ACCOUNTING

11.4. TYPES OF ACCOUNTING

11.5. ACCOUNTING REGISTER RECORDS AND RECORD SETS

11.6. CONSOLIDATED ACCOUNTING

11.7. CREATION OF CHART OF ACCOUNTS

11.7.1. Chart Of Accounts Properties

11.7.2. Setting up Various Accounting Types

11.7.3. Generation of Account List (Predefined Accounts)

11.8. ACCOUNTING REGISTERS

11.8.1. Accounting Register Properties

11.8.2. Accounting Register Records

CHAPTER 12. PERIODICAL CALCULATIONS

12.1. MAJOR CONCEPTS

12.2. CHARTS OF CALCULATION TYPES

12.2.1. Calculation Property Category

12.2.2. Predefined Calculation Types

12.3.1. General Information on Calculation Registers

12.3.1.1. Displacement Mechanism

12.3.1.2. Recalculation Mechanism

12.3.2. Editing Calculation Register

CHAPTER 13. BUSINESS PROCESSES AND TASKS

13.1. MAJOR CONCEPTS

13.2. GENERAL INFORMATION

13.3. ROUTING

13.4. ADDRESSING SYSTEM

13.5. STARTING BUSINESS PROCESSES

13.6. TASK PERFORMANCE

13.7. SPLITTING AND JOINING

13.8. MANUAL CONTROL

13.8.1. Business Process Completion Attribute

13.8.2. Task Performance Attribute

13.8.3. Task Removal

13.8.4. Task Addition

13.9. CONDITIONAL JUMP

13.10. SWITCH

13.11. TASK GENERATION

13.12. PERFORMANCE CHECK

13.13. NESTED PROCESS EXECUTION

13.14. BUSINESS PROCESS COMPLETION

13.15. STANDARD BUSINESS PROCESS AND TASK ATTRIBUTES

13.16. BUSINESS PROCESSES WITH SEVERAL STARTING POINTS

13.17. FEEDBACK

13.18. FLOWCHART

13.19. BUSINESS PROCESS EDITING

13.20. TASK EDITING

CHAPTER 14. DATA ANALYSIS AND FORECASTING

14.1. OVERVIEW

14.1.1. Main Mechanism Objects

14.1.2. Types of Data Analysis

14.1.2.1. Summary statistics

14.1.2.2. Association rules

14.1.2.3. Sequential patterns

14.1.2.4. Cluster analysis

14.1.2.5. Decision tree

14.1.3. Forecasting Models

14.2. THE SUMMARY STATISTICS ANALYSIS TYPE

14.3. THE ASSOCIATION RULES ANALYSIS TYPE

14.3.1. Rules Prune Types

14.3.1.1. Covered rules pruning

14.3.1.2. Pruning redundant rules

14.4. THE SEQUENTIAL PATTERNS ANALYSIS TYPE

14.5. THE DECISION TREE ANALYSIS TYPE

14.6. THE CLUSTERIZATION ANALYSIS TYPE

14.6.1. Metrics used

14.6.1.1. Euclidean

14.6.1.2. Squared euclidean

14.6.1.3. City block

14.6.1.4. Maximum

14.6.2. Clusterization methods

14.6.2.1. Nearest neighbor

14.6.2.2. Furthest neighbor

14.6.2.3. Centroid

14.6.2.4. K-means

14.6.2.5. Data output to a dendrogram

CHAPTER 15. DATA EXCHANGE MECHANISMS

15.1. GOALS AND OBJECTIVES

15.1.1. Universal Data Exchange Mechanisms

15.1.2. Distributed Infobases

15.2. UNIVERSAL DATA EXCHANGE MECHANISMS

15.2.1. XML Documents Read and Write Tools

15.2.2. XML Serialization

15.2.2.1. Data Presentation in XML-Serialization

15.2.2.2. Access to XML-Serialization Tools From 1C:Enterprise Script

15.2.3. Exchange Plans

15.2.3.1. Exchange Plan Nodes

15.2.3.2. Message Infrastructure

15.2.3.3. Change Registration Service

15.2.3.4. Access to Exchange Plan Mechanisms Using 1C:Enterprise Script

15.3.1. General Principles

15.3.2. Exchange Plans

15.3.2.1. Master and Slave Nodes

15.3.2.2. Collision Resolution

15.3.2.3. Initial Image of Distributed Infobase Node

15.3.2.4. Data Exchange Messages in Distributed Infobases

15.3.2.5. Exchange Plan Configuration for Work with Distributed Infobase

15.3.2.6. Exchange Plan Event Handlers

15.3.3. Working with Distributed Infobase

15.3.3.1. Working with Distributed Infobase from 1C:Enterprise Script Creation of Initial Image for Distributed Infobase Slave Node

15.3.3.2. Interactive Work with Distributed Infobase

15.3.4. Data Exchange Scenarios in Distributed Infobase

15.3.4.1. Default Behavior

15.3.4.2. Data Distribution in Slave Nodes

15.3.4.3. Non-Standard Collision Resolution

15.3.4.4. Other Scenarios

CHAPTER 16. XDTO MECHANISM

16.1. XDTO FACTORY

16.1.1. XDTO Factory Retrieval from XSD Schema File

16.2. XDTO DATA TYPES

16.2.1. XDTO Value Type

16.2.2. XDTO Object Type

16.2.3. XDTO Property

16.3. XDTO DATA INSTANCES

16.3.1. XDTO Value

16.3.2. XDTO Object

16.3.3. XDTO Sequence

16.3.4. XDTO List

16.3.5. XÐath

16.4. XDTO-BASED XML SERIALIZATION

16.5. XML SCHEMA LAYOUT RECOMMENDATIONS

16.6. XDTO FACTORY CHECK RULES

16.6.1. Check Rules for XDTO Factory Proper

16.6.2. XDTO Package Check Rules

16.6.3. XDTO Value Type Check Rules

16.6.4. XDTO Object Type Check Rules

16.6.5. Facet Limitation Rules

CHAPTER 17. WEB SERVICE MECHANISM

17.1. PROVISION OF FUNCTIONALITY THROUGH WEB SERVICES

17.2. EXAMPLE OF WEB SERVICE IMPLEMENTATION

17.3. USING THIRD-PARTY VENDOR WEB SERVICES

17.3.1. Example of Using Static Web Service References

17.3.2. Example of Using Dynamic WS References

17.4. EDITING WEB SERVICE PROPERTIES

17.4.1. Operation Properties

17.4.2. Parameter Properties

CHAPTER 18. JOB MECHANISM

18.1. BACKGROUND JOBS

18.2. SCHEDULED JOBS

18.3.1. File Mode

18.3.2. Client/Server Mode

18.4. CREATION OF SCHEDULED JOB METADATA

CHAPTER 19. FULL-TEXT DATA SEARCH MECHANISM

19.1. GENERAL INFORMATION ON FULL-TEXT INDEXING

19.2. USE OF FULL-TEXT SEARCH MECHANISMS

19.3. USE OF ADDITIONAL DICTIONARIES

CHAPTER 20. TEMPORARY STORAGE MECHANISM, WORKING WITH FILES AND PICTURES

20.1. TEMPORARY STORAGE

20.2. WORKING WITH FILES AND TEMPORARY STORAGE

20.2.1.1. Single File Placement

20.2.1.2. File Set Placement

20.2.2. Data Placement in Temporary Storage

20.2.3. Data Retrieval from Temporary Storage

20.2.4. Data Deletion from Temporary Storage

20.2.5. Address Check for Temporary Storage Membership

20.2.6. Attribute Address Retrieval

20.2.7.1. Single File Retrieval

20.2.7.2. File Set Retrieval

20.2.8. Example of File Method Use

20.2.9. Enabling Bulk File Operations

20.2.10. Working with Temporary Storage in Background Job

20.2.11. Address Support in Picture Box

20.2.12. Access to standard directories

20.3. SPECIFIC FEATURES OF USING IN WEB CLIENT

CHAPTER 21. THE EVENT LOG

21.1. DETAILS MANAGEMENT

21.2. WRITING EVENTS

21.3. EVENT LOGGING MANAGEMENT

21.3.1. The Access Event Parameters Configuration

21.3.2. Access Denied Event Parameters Configuration

21.4. GETTING EVENT LOG RECORDS

21.5. ADDITIONAL METHODS

CHAPTER 22. THE CRYPTOGRAPHIC MECHANISM

22.1. GENERAL MECHANISM DESCRIPTION

22.2. MAIN CONCEPTS

22.3. GENERAL PRINCIPLES OF USING CRYPTOGRAPHIC MECHANISMS

22.4. WORKING WITH CRYPTOGRAPHIC MODULES

22.5. USAGE EXAMPLES

CHAPTER 23. EXTERNAL DATA SOURCES

23.1.1. Overview

23.1.2. General Usage Principles

23.1.3. Editing External Data Source Structure

23.1.3.1. External Data Sources

23.1.3.2. External Data Source Tables

23.1.3.3. External Data Source Table Fields

23.1.3.4. Other Properties

23.1.3.5. Loading Table Structures from an External Data Source

23.1.4. Example of External Data Source Table Creation

23.1.5. ODBC Connection String

23.1.5.1. Full Connection String

23.1.5.2. Describing a Data Source

23.1.5.3. ODBC Data Source Administration Utility

23.2.1. Overview

23.2.2. The general principles of usage

23.2.3. Editing external data source structure

23.2.3.1. External data source

23.2.3.2. External data source cube

23.2.3.3. Dimension table

23.2.3.4. The dimension table field

23.2.3.5. Dimensions

23.2.3.6. Resources

23.2.3.7. Loading the cube structure from an external data source

23.2.4. Query Language Limitations When Using an Analytical External Data Source

23.2.5. An OLAP Server Connection String

23.3. EXTERNAL DATA SOURCE MANAGEMENT

23.4. CONNECTING TO AN EXTERNAL DATA SOURCE IN 1C:ENTERPRISE MODE

23.5.1. The Execution Location of External Data Source Queries

23.5.2. Using External Data Sources

23.5.2.1. In queries

23.5.2.2. In the Data Composition System

23.5.3. Rules for Converting Values

23.5.4. An external data source included in a separator

CHAPTER 24. THE DATA SEPARATION MECHANISM

24.1. OVERVIEW

24.2.1. Using Separated Data

24.2.2. The Separator Value and Usage Flag

24.2.3. Users Separation

24.2.4. Authentication Separation

24.2.5.1. Overview

24.2.5.2. Conditional Separation Set in Common Attribute Properties

24.2.5.3. Conditional Separation Set for an object (the Content Property)

24.2.5.4. Specifics of Conditional Separation in a Distributed System

24.3. DETERMINING AN ABILITY TO PERFORM AN ACTION OR A DATASET

24.4. SETTING SEPARATOR VALUES ON STARTUP

24.4.1. The Client Application Command Line

24.4.2. The Web Client or Thin Client Connected via a Web Server

24.4.2.1. Using the Z option

24.4.2.2. Using default.vrd

24.4.3. External Connection and Connection Strings

24.5. SAFE DATA SEPARATION MODE

24.6. DATA AREA DELETION

CHAPTER 25. DEVELOPING SOLUTIONS FOR THE MOBILE PLATFORM

25.1. GENERAL INFORMATION

25.2. THE APPLICATION INTERFACE

25.3.1. The Global Command Interface

25.3.2. User Messages

25.3.3. Form

25.3.4. Working With Files

25.3.5.1. Phone calls and sending SMS messages

25.3.5.2. Location tools

25.3.5.3. Working with multimedia

25.3.6. Text Input

25.3.7. Reports

25.3.8. Working With Images

25.4. INTERACTION WITH A MOBILE DEVICE DURING MOBILE APPLICATION DEVELOPMENT

25.4.1.1. For iOS

25.4.1.2. For Android

25.4.2. Publishing a Mobile Application on the Web Server

25.4.3. Starting and Restarting an Application on the Mobile Platform

25.4.4.1. Create Application

25.4.4.2. Modifying application properties

25.4.4.3. Deleting an application

25.4.5. Mobile Application Checkup Before Publishing in an Application Store

25.5. PREPARING THE MOBILE APPLICATION FOR PUBLISHING IN AN APPLICATION STORE

25.5.1. For iOS

25.5.2. For Android

CHAPTER 26. DEVELOPMENT TOOLS

26.1.1. Background Information

26.1.2. Role-Based Form Setup

26.2. TEXT EDITOR

26.2.1. Editing Modules

26.2.1.1. Color Syntax Highlighting

26.2.1.2. Group

26.2.1.3. Module Formatting

26.2.1.4. Navigation of Module Procedures and Functions

26.2.1.5. Context Tips During Module Text Entry

26.2.1.6. Module Syntax Check

26.2.1.7. Configuration Module Access Restrictions

26.2.2. Editing Text Templates

26.2.2.1. Text Template Format

26.2.2.2. Service Part of an Area

26.2.2.3. Text Part of an Area

26.2.2.4. Text Template Keyword Description

26.2.2.5. Invoice Printing Example

26.2.3. Editing Template Text

26.2.4. Query Text Editor

26.3. CONFIGURATION COMMAND INTERFACE EDITOR

26.3.1. General Rules for Setting Visibility

26.3.2. Filter by Roles

26.4. START PAGE WORK AREA EDITOR

26.5. MAIN SECTION COMMAND INTERFACE EDITOR

26.6. COMMAND INTERFACE EDITOR

26.7. ALL SUBSYSTEMS EDITOR

26.7.1. Subsystem Contents Setup

26.7.2. Subsystem Command Interface Settings

26.8. QUERY WIZARD

26.9. QUERY WIZARD WITH RESULT PROCESSING

26.10. REGISTER RECORD WIZARD

26.11. PRINT WIZARD

26.12. GENERATION SETTINGS WIZARD

26.13. CONFIGURATION OBJECT FORM WIZARD

26.13.1. Constant Form Wizard Features

26.14. TEMPLATE WIZARD

26.15. FORMAT STRING WIZARD

26.16. WIZARD FOR STRINGS IN DIFFERENT LANGUAGES

26.17. SPREADSHEET DOCUMENT EDITOR

26.17.1. Spreadsheet Documents in 1C:Enterprise

26.17.2. Template

26.17.2.1. General Principles of Template Design

26.17.2.2. Template Cell Properties

26.17.3. Spreadsheet Document in Data Input Mode

26.17.3.1. Spreadsheet Document Preparation

26.17.3.2. Form Preparation for Data Input

26.17.3.3. Implementation of Response to Spreadsheet Document Cell Change

26.18. FLOWCHART EDITOR

26.18.1. Flowchart Editing

26.18.2.1. Appearance Recommendations

26.18.2.2. Items Order

26.18.2.3. Working with Connecting Lines

26.18.2.4. Flowchart Check for Correctness

26.18.3. Flowchart Items

26.18.3.1. Common Properties of Flowchart Items

26.18.3.2. Connecting Line

26.18.3.3. Activity

26.18.3.4. Splitting Point

26.18.3.5. Condition Point

26.18.3.6. End Point

26.18.3.7. Start Point

26.18.3.8. Join

26.18.3.9. SubBusinessProcess Point

26.18.3.10. Data processor Point

26.18.3.11. Switch

26.18.4. Module

26.19. PICTURE EDITOR

26.19.1. Picture Editing

26.19.2. Picture Collections

26.20. HTML DOCUMENT EDITOR

26.20.1.1. Formatting Text

26.20.1.2. Inserting and Editing Tables

26.20.1.3. Picture Insertion

26.20.1.4. Marquee

26.20.1.5. Hyperlink

26.20.1.6. Bookmark

26.20.1.7. Line

26.20.2. Editing in HTML Format

26.20.3. Viewing Results

26.21. LOCALIZATION OF CONFIGURATIONS

26.22. CENTRALIZED CONFIGURATION CHECK

26.23. USABILITY ANALYSIS FOR OPERATION OF SOLUTIONS BASED ON 1C:ENTERPRISE PLATFORM

CHAPTER 27. DEBUGGING AND TESTING OF APPLICATION SOLUTIONS

27.1. DEBUGGER

27.1.1. Debugger Use

27.1.1.1. Application Setup for Debug Mode

27.1.1.2. Attach Debug Items

27.1.1.3. Additional Port Range Settings

27.1.2. Breakpoint

27.1.3. Step-by-Step Execution

27.1.4. Debugging External Data Processors (Reports)

27.1.5. Debug Management

27.1.6. Expression Window

27.1.7. Immediate Window

27.1.8. Call Stack

27.1.9. Debugging Protected Modules

27.1.10.1. 1C:Enterprise Startup in Debug Mode

27.1.10.2. Connection to Running 1C:Enterprise

27.2. PERFORMANCE METER

27.2.1. Available Options

27.2.2. Measurement Results

27.2.3. Sorting Measurement Results

27.2.4. Selective Summarization of Measurement Results

27.2.5. Performance Meter in Client/Server Base Operation

27.2.6. Saving Results

27.3. SERVER CALL DELAY IMITATION

27.4. DISPLAY OF SERVER CALLS

27.5.1. General Information

27.5.2. Running the Testing system

27.5.2.1. Running testing client

27.5.2.2. Running testing manager

27.5.2.3. Running client applications for recording the user action log

27.5.3. Description of features

27.5.4. Sample Testing Scenario

27.5.5.1. Recording user action log

27.5.5.2. Converting the user action log into an automated testing scenario

CHAPTER 28. COMPARE AND MERGE CONFIGURATIONS

28.1. CONFIGURATION COMPARISON CONDITIONS

28.2. LAUNCH OF CONFIGURATION COMPARING AND MERGING MODE

28.3. COMPARE CONFIGURATIONS

28.4. COMPARE PREDEFINED DATA

28.5. COMPARE AND MERGE CONFIGURATIONS WINDOW

28.6. CONFIGURATION COMPARISON SETTING

28.7. OBJECT EDITING

28.8. DISTRIBUTED DEVELOPMENT AND SUPPORT – EDITING

28.9. OBJECT MAPPING

28.10. MERGING MODE

28.11. SETTING ORDER OF SUBORDINATE OBJECTS

28.12. VIEWING DIFFERENCES

28.13. MODULE COMPARISON

28.14. FILTERING OBJECTS AND ACTIVATING MERGING

28.15. LOADING CONFIGURATION FROM FILE

CHAPTER 29. DISTRIBUTED CONFIGURATION DEVELOPMENT

29.1.1. Creation of Configuration Repository

29.1.2. Open Configuration Repository

29.1.3. Maintaining the Configuration Repository Users List

29.1.4. Configuration Repository Administration

29.1.5. Repository Backup Configuration

29.2. WORKING WITH CONFIGURATION REPOSITORY

29.2.1. Configuration Repository Filter

29.2.2. Locking Configuration Repository Objects

29.2.3. Object Placement in Configuration Repository

29.2.4. Object Retrieval from Configuration Repository

29.2.5. Release of Object Locks

29.2.6. Update of Configuration Repository Object Statuses

29.2.7. Comparison of Configuration Repository and Current Configuration

29.2.8. Comparison of Configuration Repository Objects and Current Configuration Objects

29.2.9. Save Configuration Repository as Configuration

29.2.10. Disconnection from Configuration Repository

29.2.11. Configuration Repository History

29.2.11.1. Working with Configuration Repository Version

29.2.11.2. Rollback to Previous Versions

29.2.11.3. Deletion of Old Versions

29.2.11.4. Merging Versions

29.2.11.5. Assign Version Labels

29.2.11.6. Filter

29.2.11.7. Comparison of Configuration Repository Versions

29.2.12. Object History

29.2.13. Actions with Configuration Repository without Connection

29.3. REMOTE WORK WITH CONFIGURATION REPOSITORY

29.3.1. Architecture Overview

29.3.1.1. General Flowchart for Working with Configuration Repository

29.3.1.2. TCP Interaction

29.3.1.3. HTTP Interaction

29.3.2. Configuration Repository Server Installation

29.3.3. Web Server Setup for Work with Configuration Repository

29.3.3.1. For Microsoft Internet Information Services web server

29.3.3.2. For Apache web servers

29.3.4. Launch of Configuration Repository Server

29.3.4.1. Windows OS

29.3.4.2. Linux OS

29.3.5. Connection to Configuration Repository Server

29.3.6. Creation of Configuration Repository

29.4. RECOMMENDATIONS ON HOW TO USE CONFIGURATION REPOSITORY

CHAPTER 30. CONFIGURATION DISTRIBUTION AND SUPPORT

30.1.1. Distribution Set Options

30.1.2. Creation of Distribution Files

30.1.3. Preparing Distribution Kits for Standard Configurations

30.1.3.1. Distribution Kit Description

30.1.3.2. Creation of Kit

30.2. CONFIGURATION SUPPORT

30.2.1. Setting Configuration Support

30.2.2. Support Setting

30.2.2.1. Full (Automated) Support

30.2.2.2. Support with Updates

30.2.3. Configuration Update

30.2.4. Template Directory Description File

CHAPTER 31. SERVICE FEATURES

31.1.1.1. Setting Window Placement Mode

31.1.1.2. Restoring Window Position

31.1.1.3. Selection of Window Mode for Object Forms

31.1.2. Window Settings Dialog Box

31.1.3. Use of New Window Mode

31.1.4. Service Windows

31.1.5. Closing Windows

31.1.6. Window Navigation History

31.2. SETTING DESIGNER PARAMETERS

31.2.1. General

31.2.2. Texts

31.2.3. Modules

31.2.3.1. Setting Editing Parameters

31.2.3.2. Setting Module Check Parameters

31.2.3.3. Setting Group Parameters

31.2.3.4. Context Tip Settings

31.2.4.1. Main Parameters

31.2.4.2. Additional Parameters

31.2.5. Help

31.5. TEXT TEMPLATES

31.5.1. Template List Maintenance

31.5.2. Editing Templates

31.5.2.1. Template Control Directives

31.5.2.2. Template Text Editor

31.6. SYNTAX ASSISTANT

31.6.1. Syntax Assistant Settings

31.6.2. Content Tab of Syntax Assistant

31.6.3. Copying 1C:Enterprise Script Items

31.6.4. Search in Syntax Assistant

31.7. FILE COMPARISON

31.7.1. Comparison of External Data Processors

31.8. BUILT-IN SYSTEM FOR HELP CONTENT RETRIEVAL

CHAPTER 32. ADD-INS

32.1. WORK IN THIN AND THICK CLIENTS

32.2. WORK IN WEB CLIENT

32.3. WORK ON SERVER

32.4.1. Native API Technology

32.4.1.2. Load from File on Disk

32.4.1.3. Load Add-In from Template

32.4.1.4. Load from Infobase

32.4.1.5. Attach Add-In from ZIP Archive

32.4.2.1. Load Add-In

32.4.2.2. Attach Add-In

CHAPTER 33. SPECIFICS OF CROSS-PLATFORM APPLIED SOLUTION DEVELOPMENT

33.1. FILE SYSTEM SPECIFICS

33.2. WORKING WITH EXTERNAL DEVICES

33.3. RIGHTS LIMITATIONS

33.4. FONTS

33.5. HTMLDOCUMENTFIELD

33.6. COM, OLE, AND ACTIVEDOCUMENT MECHANISMS

APPENDIX 1. URL FORMATS

1.1. URL FORMAT OVERVIEW

1.2. HOST ADDRESS FORMAT

1.3. INTERNAL LINKS

1.3.1. Infobase Object Link

1.3.2. Infobase Object Attribute Link

1.3.3. Infobase Object Tabular Section Attribute Link

1.3.4. Infobase Register Record Link

1.3.5. Infobase Register Record Attribute Link

1.3.6. Report Link

1.3.7. Data Processor Link

1.3.9. Link to the Navigation Point Created by the Standard Command

1.3.10. Temporary Storage Link

1.3.11. Link to an External Data Source Table Record

1.3.12. Links to Global Command Interface Commands

APPENDIX 2. RULES FOR GENERATING STANDARD COMMANDS AND AUTOMATIC FORM HEADERS

APPENDIX 3. LIST OF AUTO-SAVED SETTINGS

APPENDIX 4. FULL-TEXT SEARCH EXPRESSIONS

APPENDIX 5. DESCRIPTION OF ACCESS RIGHTS

APPENDIX 6. SYSTEM BEHAVIOR IN VARIOUS MODES

6.1. SPECIAL CHARACTERISTICS OF LOW CONNECTION SPEED MODE

6.2. SPECIAL CHARACTERISTICS OF COMPATIBILITY MODE

6.3. SPECIFIC CHARACTERISTICS OF WEB CLIENT

6.4. WEB CLIENT SPECIFICS FOR IPAD

6.5. SPECIFICS OF SYSTEM OBJECT BEHAVIOR WITH ENABLED DATA SEPARATION MODE

6.5.1. Changing Separator Values

6.5.2. Object Numeration

6.5.3. Real-Time Timestamp

6.5.4. Predefined Data

6.5.5. Access Rights

6.5.6. Users

6.5.7. Exchange Plans

6.5.8. Functional Options

6.5.9. Scheduled Jobs

6.5.10. Background Jobs

6.5.11. Web Services

6.5.12. Constants

6.5.13. Registers

6.5.13.1. Information Registers

6.5.13.2. Accumulation and Accounting Registers

6.5.13.3. Calculation Registers

6.5.14. Document Sequence

6.5.15. Infobase Options

6.5.16. Session List

6.5.17. Connection List

6.5.18.1. Visual Representation

6.5.18.2. Filter

6.5.18.3. Getting Event Log Records

6.5.18.4. Other

6.5.19. Settings and Favorites

6.5.20. History

6.5.21. Queries

6.5.22. Managed Transaction Locks

6.5.23. Exclusive mode

6.5.24. Deleting Marked Objects

6.5.25. Full-text search

6.6. RUNNING THE CLIENT APPLICATION IN LINUX

6.7. SPECIFICS OF MOBILE APPLICATION OPERATIONS

APPENDIX 7. OPERATION OF VARIOUS DBMS

7.1. GENERAL FEATURES

7.2. FILE DATABASE

7.3. IBM DB2 SERVER

7.4. MICROSOFT SQL SERVER

7.5. ORACLE DATABASE SERVER

7.6. POSTGRESQL SERVER

APPENDIX 8. WORK IN XBASE

8.1. FIELDS AND RECORDS

8.2. SPREADSHEET, SPREADSHEET STRUCTURE AND DATABASE FILE

8.3. INDICES, INDEX AND FILTER EXPRESSIONS AND INDEX FILE

8.4. WRITING CHANGES TO DATABASE

8.5. WORK WITH INDEX FILES

8.6. RECORD DELETION

8.7. CREATION OF DATABASE, INDEX AND INDEX FILE

8.8. LIMITATIONS

APPENDIX 9. SPECIFICS OF USING SEPARATE MECHANISMS

APPENDIX 10. AUTOMATIC FORM ELEMENT NAME GENERATION RULES

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